Mentorship: Building Relationships that Empower Change

Wednesday, December 9th 2020

A mentor can play a variety of roles in a person’s life – a teacher, a friend, an advocate, a coach. We’ll sit down with Mary Stutts, SVP of Corporate Relations, Sumitovant BioPharma and Founder of The Center for Excellence in Life to discuss all things mentoring. Whether you are looking for a mentor, or to mentor others, Mary’s passion and insight will put you on the right path.

Mary Stutts
SVP, Corporate Relations, Sumitovant BioPharma

Mary Stutts is the Senior Vice President of Corporate Relations for Sumitovant Biopharma and previously served as the first Chief Inclusion, Diversity & Health Equity Officer at Stanford Health Care. She has provided global corporate relations leadership at companies including Genentech, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Comcast NBCUniversal, Bayer Corporation, United Health Group and Kaiser Permanente.

Stutts is an author and keynote speaker. Her book The Missing Mentor: Women Advising Women on Power, Progress & Priorities has been labeled a surrogate mentor for women. A foster child from the age of five led Stutts to create The Center for Excellence in Life (TCEL). TCEL’s Virtual Internship Program for underrepresented youth has received nationwide recognition and media coverage.

A graduate in Communications Management at the University of Louisiana, Stutts holds a Master of Health Administration degree from USC and completed the Executive Program in Strategy and Organization at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.